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with the advance of digital technology these are no longer celebrities who have something to think about. kiss is just a kiss unless you are prince william and his future queen kate middleton. they live in the public eye with cameras capturing their every single move sometimes scandalously so but with all of the technology smart phones tablets telephone lenses there are up to the minute new questions about the issue of privacy where do draw the line. does ever-changing technology keep moving that line? for example and illinois businessman went to prison for taking pictures story hotel people of the fox sports host erin andrews clearly illegal what about the topless photos of the duchess of cambridge in france the publisher was fined and ordered to turn over the photos but if they were taken here in illinois it would be a different story says the privacy law professor lesley reese. to get these pictures, press reports say that photographer used a long lens about a half mile away on a public road. to give you an idea of how intrusive that can be we rented a similar lance sped it up here at the m
in the data, this data suggests a troubling trend in technology. it's a beautiful autumn day in the park but instead of enjoying the clear blue skies some parents and caregivers prefer the scenery at their fingertips. we are looking down into a knot up it might be a better idea to have a short conversation. with so much information to devour its hard to take your eyes off of the action on hand take a look at these numbers into just may stopped tapping away according to data from the centers for disease control there has been an upswing of non fatal injuries to children younger than 5 by 12 percent since 2007 it comes after decades after declining injury rates mostly due to child proofing a tactics into safer baby equipment. in 2007 9 million people owned the seven devices and today that number has surpassed 116 million. when we asked doctors from three major chicago medical centers to weigh an all admitted that distraction is a growing danger especially in the age of the smart phone. someone tried to reach in their purse and everybody went down the stairs while she was carrying her baby.
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